Replete with picturesque shimmering beaches, lagoons of turquoise blue waters and a bit of history, Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a little slice of paradise tucked around 1,400 km away from the east coast of India. The union territory comprises a total of 572 islands, only 37 of which are inhabited and a few are open to the tourists.
Port Blair, the capital city of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, is the gateway to the archipelago and is connected with various islands via multiple daily ferries. Havelock and Neil Island are some of the most famous islands among tourists and is known for pearly white sands, palm-lined shores and offer some of the best snorkelling and diving options in India.
Once known for its Cellular Jail- ‘Kaala Paani’ in Port Blair which primarily imprisoned the freedom fighters who were exiled from the mainland of India during the British Era, the graph of the Andaman and Nicobar islands have lately changed drastically and it is now known for its flourishing tourism industry which especially attracts honeymooners, families and adventure enthusiasts.
You can either laze around on the sandy shores and enjoy the mesmerising sunsets or try your hand at scuba diving and explore the vibrant coral reefs. Besides, it also has virgin immaculate backwaters for those seeking solitude and ataraxy.
Havelock Island is one of the largest and the most popular attraction of all of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Blessed with pristine beaches and coconut groves, this one offers myriad adventure sports opportunities to its guests. From snorkelling to parasailing, scuba diving and kayaking etc., there is no dearth of thrilling activities here, for that much-needed adrenaline rush, on an otherwise tranquil leisure vacay.
In addition to this, you can visit the bustling city of Port Blair to get a glimpse of the local lifestyle. Steeped in colonial history and boasting of striking architectural monuments, you can also browse the local markets and savour the traditional cuisine.
Arrive at Port Blair where you will meet with our representative and be checked into your hotel. Start your holiday with a tour of the city which includes the famous cellular jail and a light and sound show there in the evening. Cellular jail is a 633 cell colonial prison which was used by the British to house freedom fighters.After independence cellular jail was declared as a national monument and turned into a museum. The light and sound show conducted at cellular jail is a theatrical saga of freedom struggle recreating the past life and struggle of our martyrs. You can explore the city in the remaining time.
Transfer to Neil island by morning Cruise after breakfast. Neil island is situated about 60 kms away from port Blair (approx. 2hrs by sea) and is known for its great dive sites and beaches. You'll check in to the resort on reaching, and then head to visit Sitapur beach. After lunch, you can head to the Coral bridge. If it is low tide, you can walk into the sea and visit the second coral bridge, which is inaccessible in high rise. Head to Laxmanpur beach for sunset, and then head to the resort to rest and chill.
Early morning, you can do scuba diving here. After that, head back to hotel. Relax and have breakfast. If there are no permit issues, head to Bharatpur and start the trek through reserve forest to the northern tip of Neil Island and an amazing beach. Return by evening and head back to the resort, or to Laxmanpur beach for sunset.
From the resort, you can do an early morning 20 minutes walk to Sitapur beach for sunrise, or enjoy the sunrise from the beach of the resort. After breakfast, check out and head to ferry terminal for cruise to Havelock. Reach Havelock by afternoon, have lunch, and relax at the resort or head to Kala pathar beach. You can enjoy and walk around the beach there, or the private beach at the resort.
After breakfast, we take you on a trek to elephant beach which is situated at about 30 mins from the starting point. Enjoy the calm beach, spend enough time there, and trek back to the starting point. Elephant beach is an isolated beach at Havelock known for it’s white sandy coastline and amazing coral reef. After elephant beach, you will be taken to the famous Radhanagar beach which has been consistently rated as one of Asia's best beaches over the years. The beach is one of nature's best kept secrets Swim in its emerald waters, enjoy a stroll by the beach or be lulled to sleep by the sound of the waves. After your time at the beach, head back to your resort in the evening and relax.
After Breakfast you will head back to Port Blair in cruise, and from there, you will take a ferry from Aberdeen jetty to Ross Island. The island was the historical head quarters of the British (before the settlement was shifted to Port Blair). Ross island is only a few square miles and has the remains of British buildings. Since most of the buildings are intact or restored the tour feels like a nostalgic trip back in time. The deers and peacocks which walk around freely gives an amazing viewing experience and is good for some photo ops too.
A trip to Baratang through Andaman’s protected tribal reserve area. At Baratang you will visit the limestone caves and mud volcano. You will return to port blair by evening. *The limestone caves are about 45 mins journey by boat through dense mangroove backwaters. for most people the journey to the caves is a once in a lifetime adventure. *The mud-volcano is located at about 30 mins drive from baratang jetty.It is a very rare active mud volcano found only at a very few places around the world.
After Breakfast ,final transfer to Airport .Depart the emerald islands with memories you will cherish for a lifetime.
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